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12 Jul 2016

Eker blast suspects trained by Iranian Revolutionary Guards

MOI:

Police investigations have led to the arrest of a number of suspects who planned and executed the terrorist blast near Shaikh Jaber Al Sabah highway in East Eker going towards Nuwaidrat on June 30. 

The blast caused the death of a Bahraini woman who was driving on the opposite side of the road going towards Sitra. Shrapnel from the bomb penetrated her head, causing her to crash her car into the iron road divider. Three of her children in the car were injured. A second civilian car, nearby shops and public and private property were also damaged in the blast.

The arrested suspects, both working for private companies, are: 

1.

Hassan Jassim Hassan Al Haiki, 35. He received military training in making and using weapons and explosives from the Iranian Revolutionary Guards.

2.

Hussain Ibrahim Ali Hussain Marzooq, 26. He travelled to Iran and received military training in making explosives, planting bombs and using weapons such as rocket-propelled grenades and Kalashnikovs. 

Among the wanted suspects is Hussain Ahmed Abdullah Ahmed Hussain, 27, also working for a private company, who is a fugitive in Iran and has close links with the Iranian Revolutionary Guards. He has been convicted in a number of cases related to bomb-making and murder.

Investigations have also shown the military-grade explosive was hidden in a bag under a billboard. The blast threw out shrapnel sharp enough to penetrate bodies and metal. Metal balls were also found 120 metres away from the blast area. Legal proceedings are under way to refer the case to the Public Prosecutor. 

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